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As vaccination drive hits Co-WIN bump, experts suggest a ‘hybrid’ solution

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 23 February 2021 ()
On a single Sunday, India vaccinates roughly 17 crore children with polio drops. Even when the vaccine is an injection, coverage is in crores; in a drive against measles-mumps-rubella two years back, most big states vaccinated 1-2 crore kids in a month. But amid the Covid pandemic that’s claimed over 1.5 lakh lives, progress is slow — it has taken 39 days to inoculate 1.19 crore across the country.
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UK committee: Vaccine rollout 'should continue by age' [Video]

UK committee: Vaccine rollout 'should continue by age'

[NFA] The COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Britain should continue to prioritize people by age rather than occupation, the chair of Britain's vaccine advice committee said on Friday. Lauren Anthony reports.

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